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Re: Lebleu family left France in 1785
Posted by: Deanna Fournier Date: August 31, 2001 at 09:58:44
In Reply to: Re: Lebleu family left France in 1785 by K Poole of 89

I would like to get what information you have. I can't get anywhere with Louis LeBleu married to Marie Gentil(s). Bartholome LeBleu (in which Bartholome is spelled many ways I have found out) was called Martin Bartholome LeBleu Camarsac (this also was speeled several ways). I read where the name Camarsac came from was they had a neighbor in France and they brought his son over to the USA promising that they keep and use the name Camarsac. The LeBleu family can get so confusing at tiems. They used the same name all the time and no middle names. My own grandfather hasn't a middle name and he changed the spelling to LaBlue. My lineage comes from bartholome's son Arsene (in which there are many named that) and Felicite Rion, which he wasn't married to and they had one child Joseph Alphonse, then his son Martin, then his son Alphonse, then my mother Joyce. People had no idea that hundreds of years from now we would be looking up our families. If they had, would they still have named the next child after the one that just died. I'm so glad in this day and age people are giving their children individual names. Can you help me with anymore information? In the early 1900's Arsene was involved in a murder trial in California. I met a lady who said she had seen the article in the newspaper. Would like to get ahold of that. Thank you for your help.

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